Back up your desktop, your user directory, your chosen folders or your entire drive to any backup folders you like.
The backup folders can reside on…
1. A second disk on the same PC
2. A USB stick
3. An external USB or SATA or firewire drive
4. A GoogleDrive
5. A disk on a networked computer
6. Network attached storage
7. Cloud Storage
Any folder that Windows can see and write to can act as a backup folder.
HyperOs Neverlost sits in the system tray with an icon which tells you what it is doing.
Using this icon you can change the settings for your source files (to be backed up) or target files (backed up files).
1. Designed to use very little CPU power and to cause very little IO strain.
You may notice a slow down if it is backing up a large file to a slow USB2 stick.
But with USB3 or HDD or network or cloud storage Neverlost should not effect your PC performance noticeably
2. The autobackups are incremental rather than differential or full so Neverlost only backs up files which have changed.
It does not have to backup everything each time you update it.
3. It is just one tiny little 4 MB exe.
A full backup backs up every file
A differential backup backs up every file that has changed since the last full backup
An incremental backup backs up every file that has changed since the last incremental backup
So the most resource efficient backup method is the incremental backup.
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Real Time Constant Automatic Folder Backup
Instant Incremental File Backup Running In the Background 24/7